I’m more than content with life. Sure, I don’t always make the best decisions. And yeah, sometimes I have to pay some pretty mean consequences. But at the end of the day, I always know that I did my best and I still have lots of things to conquer.
“We only live once. So I’m gonna eat what I wanna eat, do what I wanna do, love who I wanna love and believe in what I want to believe in. And if the time comes where things change and my life goes in a different direction, I’ll trust God’s plan. But for now, this is his plan for me.”—@rxckimura
I want love so bad, that I don’t want it to ever end when I get it. So I have this thing in my mind that I won’t let anyone in unless they’re gonna be there till the end of the ride. Not just for miles.
I understand, sometimes, things happen. I also understand that when it comes to your child you will do whatever it takes to make sure that your child is brought up right. I may not be a young mother, but I can imagine the hardships of being young and trying to provide for your child. Especially when you’re a young and single mother. I understand, times are hard, especially living in Hawaii.
I’ve seen facebooks and pictures of young mothers making very bad decisions. Granted, I’m trying to judge them or anything, but seriously. The types of pictures you go ahead and post on the internet. I understand, if you gotta do dirty work to make money to feed your child… Even if it’s dirty money, if it has to absolutely be used.. Then by all means. Go ahead. Ain’t nobody hating on your hustle. However, when you post pictures up all over the social networks of the partying and dirty business you’re doing, it gives the rest of the public the right to pass judgement.
And sure, I, along with all your other peers may not be of any significance in your life. However, what’s going to happen when those pictures fall into the wrong hands? What will happen if one day, someone decides that you’re not fit to be a mother and threatens to take your child away and has all the evidence of the disgusting and dirty things you’ve been doing.
Think about it, especially if you’re a mother. It breaks my heart to see young moms with no class, no respect for themselves, and no respect for life in general. Your kids will be a mirrored reflection of you. Bring them up right.